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Remembering Amy Winehouse: Henry Hate Participates in New Exhibition at London’s Jewish Museum

In July, it’ll be six years since Amy Winehouse’s death. She passed at 27, the subject of brutal treatment from tabloids while battling addiction. Now, the Jewish Museum has opened its exhibition Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait to add another, more personal layer to Winehouse’s story. The exhibition was co-curated with Winehouse’s brother, Alex, and his sister-in-law, Riva. 

In addition, Henry Hatewho was a dear friend and Amy’s tattoo artist, gifted the exhibition the original photo used for Winehouse’s pin-up girl tattoo and the drawing he did as a template. 

She gave people a perspective into the human conditions through her lyrics and music, and connection is a very healing facet to human nature. If the exhibition brings insight into that, then hopefully they will stop looking at a caricature and start looking at a living, breathing human girl.” Henry Hate for Vice 

Read the full article on Henry Hate and Amy Winehouse on Vice

 

A sketch dedicated to Amy Winehouse by Henry Hate

 

The tattoo on Amy’s right arm was a tribute to her Grandmother Cynthia and was created by Henry Hate

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